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Let the Good Times Roll >
Feel Like a Stranger
Friend of the Devil
C.C. Rider >
It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
Black Throated Wind
Ramble on Rose
Let it Grow
Scarlet Begonias >
Fire on the Mountain >
Estimated Prophet >
All Along the Watchtower >
Johnny B. Gooode
Patched using AUD1
LCPM audio from video soundtrack - used for patching only
1) About 2 minutes into Drums. 8 minute and 46.682 seconds were added to SBD1 soundtrack from AUD1 in order to match the video.
2) I used the video soundtrack as the timing reference and while the SBD1 was very fast averaging about 2.1 seconds a minute faster than the video, the AUD2 matched the video almost exactly.
3) As video came in 48k 16 bit, I used the 48k 24 bit Andrew F. recording and upped the bitrate of the soundboard using rBrain so that it matched the video and audience to mix the matrix for the video. Matrix was mixed down to 44.1k 16 bit using rBrain8.
December 21, 2018 Subject:
I sang a little while and then flew on.
Reviewer:Evan S. Hunt
March 17, 2013 Subject:
This Is An Average Professional Show
That is, for this band. Yeah, just another night at the bank. The band was raking in the dough and selling out every show. Good for them!
And this here concert is just another average effort for this era -- professionally presented in a major venue. This music is very orchestral and somewhat contrived, but it still comes across. Safe to say it's just good music with some hotspots -- just enough to let you know that the Dead moved through the area like a major thunderbumper.
You just can't fault this show. Every song is well done and this recording is pretty damned hot and, overall, it's just downright tempestuous and brooding, really, and equally joyous and happy.
All the players play well and Jerry gets it up when he needs to. I enjoy the keyboard sound, too. Aw, heck, every thing sounds good in this one -- it's very full and phat.